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GSW vs TOR Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News

By Anurag tyagi

GSW vs TOR Dream11 NBA Team Prediction – Fantasy Team News
Toronto Raptors vs Golden State Warriors

Match Timing: November 30, 2018, @ 06:30 AM IST
NBA Regular Season
Venue – Scotiabank Arena
Capacity- 19,800


In this mouthwatering NBA match, Eastern conference leaders Toronto Raptors will be hosting defending champions Golden State Warriors at Scotiabank Arena in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, tomorrow on Friday morning (IST).

Toronto Raptors:

Though nothing can be said for surety in sports, some things are destined to happen. Like, the La Liga is always heading in two directions, the Grand Slams trophies are being held up by the expected names for more than the past decades or so, Cricket won’t be flourishing beyond the realms of Commonwealth, and there are thousandths other names and who are all part of the perennial loop.

And in NBA, the match between the Toronto Raptors and Golden State Warriors could be a reflection of what is to come. Warriors may be struggling as of late, but Stephen Curry won’t be missing all the season.

As things stand, Toronto Raptors are by far the best team in NBA this season, winning a massive 18 games out of the 22 they played up until now. The team looks well-oiled with every player looking to step up whenever the situation demands.

Raptors are on a six-game winning streak, fresh from dismantling Memphis Grizzlies 114-122 on the road. Six players scored in the double digits in that match, with Lowry being the chief scorer, 24 points.

Golden State Warriors:

Golden State Warriors, on the other hand, have successfully weathered the little difficult period, or as it seems. But what’s more positive for Steve Kerr and his team is that they managed it without Stephen Curry, an indispensable part of the squad whose absence started it all.

The reigning champions defeated Orlando Magic 116-110 in the last match, their 3rd win on the bounce. The win lifted them to 2nd in the table with a 15-7 record, and they remain behind Los Angeles Clippers only on win percentage.

Kevin Durant and Klay Thompson topped the scoring charts for the Dubs. The last year’s NBA finals MVP dropped a game-high 49 points, while Thompson ended with 29 points and five rebounds.

Regular Season Record-
Toronto Raptors: W-18, L-4
Golden State Warriors: W-15, L-7

Players to watch out for:

Toronto Raptors:
Kawhi Leonard – The 2014 NBA finals MVP is leading the charge for his new team this season, averaging 24.3 points per game. The former San Antonio Spurs star is also leading the rebounds per game, scoring 8.6 per game.
Kyle Lowry – The 32-year-old is 3rd on the list as far as points per game are concerned. However, Lowry can contribute to other departments as well and could prove to be a shrewd inclusion in your NBA fantasy team.

Golden State Warriors:

Kevin Durant – When the going was getting tougher for Warriors, Kevin Durant came into his own. The former Oklahoma City Thunder star is dropping some unbelievable numbers in the last few matches. No wonder, his season average has risen significantly. The two-times NBA finals MVP scored in the 40s in the last two matches.
Klay Thompson Another player who seems to be playing at his full potential in the last few weeks. In the last five matches, his average is 28.6 points per game, while his season stats read 22.9 points per game. So you can see how confidently he is playing these days.

Toronto Raptors:
Injured – Norman Powell is still suffering from a shoulder injury and has been ruled out of this match.
Questionable – Greg Monroe, meanwhile, is having some back issues and has been listed as questionable for this match.
Suspended – None.

Golden State Warriors:
Injured – There are some familiar names here – DeMarcus Cousins’ situation remains same and he will be missing the match through an Achilles Injury which has kept him away from the action all season.
Draymond Green is another superstar who is set to sit out another match due to a toe injury.
Alfonzo McKinnie will also be missing the match as he hasn’t recovered from the foot injury.
Questionable – However, the good news is that superstar Stephen Curry’s situation has been upgraded to questionable and he will be assessed ahead of the match.
Suspended – None.

GSW vs TOR Dream11 Teams (Probables):

  • Toronto Raptors: Pascal Siakam (F), Kawhi Leonard (F), Serge Ibaka / Jonas Valanciunas (C), Kyle Lowry (G), Danny Green (G)
  • Golden State Warriors: Kevin Durant (F), Andre Iguodala (F), Damian Jones (C), Klay Thompson (G), Quinn Cook (G)

From the bench:

  • Toronto Raptors: Fred Van Vleet, Lorenzo Brown, Delon Wright, Greg Monroe, Chris Boucher, Jordan Lloyd, Malachi Richardson, OG Anunoby, C. J. Miles
  • Golden State Warriors: Jonas Jerebko, Damion Lee, Shaun Livingston, Jordan Bell, Kevon Looney, Jacob Evans

GSW vs TOR DREAM11 Fantasy Team:


At this stage, no game can be bigger than this in NBA. Toronto Raptors are flying high and look like an untameable at this moment.
Warriors meanwhile have found their mojo back but the worry is only two players are scoring in bulk at this moment and if Raptors manage to stifle them, the visitors will be in trouble.
We are backing a home win in this match.


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Anurag tyagi

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